Pip is a Photo Manipulation App Without a Filter, Sort Of

The app store is inundated with all sorts of photo apps, most of them promising to make your photos look better, i.e. aged. Pip is different, its appeal is an obvious lack of vintage flare.

Users all over Asia have been enjoying all of its various photo-in-photo effects, and you might as well. Pip creators have been constantly adding to its palette of effects, so your digital scrapbook is always malleable and free. Their main selling point appears to be self-portraits but the effects can also be applied to cat photos, landscape scenes, and everything you’re eating today. Just apply any of the effects and Pip will superimpose them onto your photos. There’s no way to save the photos locally, but you can share them onto a number of social networks to impress your friends and photoshop gurus.

 

Via The Next Web

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